Travel Policies & Procedures


Travel Policies And Procedures

 FAA Policies and Procedures

This page is the approved oxygen concentrator Airline and Cruise lines list.  Purpose of this page is to inform you of policies and what is approved to travel with.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)  approves oxygen concentrator for use aboard commercial airline flights traveling within the United States as well as on international flights that begin or end in the United States. Because airline policies for traveling with an oxygen concentrator vary, patients need to check with their airlines before flying.



Tips for Traveling

  • Speak with your doctor to make sure it is safe for you to travel.
  • Obtain a current physician order (prescription) for your oxygen. Keep a copy with you at all times.
  • Decide where, how and when you will travel.
  • Contact your the cruise or airline in advance to assure your oxygen concentrator is within their guidelines. 

You may view a list of approved FAA Portable Concentrators within the U.S.A by clicking below: 

FAA Approved Portable Oxygen Concentrator Listing


Below is the approved oxygen concentrator Airline and Cruise lines list:


Airline Travel Information:

Air Canada Airlines  

AirTran Airways

Allegiant Airlines

Alaska Airlines 

American Eagle Airlines

American Airlines 

Atlantic Airlines  

Comair Airlines   

Delta / SkyWest Airlines  

Frontier Airlines  

Hawaiian Airlines 

JetBlue Airlines 


Singapore Air 

Southwest Airlines   

Spirit Airlines

Sun Country 

United Airlines 

U.S. Airlines 

Virgin American Airlines 


West Jet Airlines



Cruise Travel Information:

Carnival / Holland Cruises

Disney Cruise Lines 

Royal Caribbean / Celebrity Cruises 

Princess Cruises   


 Norwegian Cruise Lines (Listed Below)

As of 9/1/07, Norwegian Cruise Lines has signed an exclusivity contract with an exclusive provider to be the sole supplier for oxygen and mobility services. They will be the only company allowed to deliver and supply all mobility aid equipment including standard (non-motorized) wheelchairs and electric equipment (scooters), oxygen equipment for use during the cruise or tours for guests who have pre-arranged the service with this company within the contract. Please note, liquid oxygen is not permitted on any NCL or NCLA vessel nor will be supplied by the vendor under any circumstance.


Oxygen Revive's Travel Policy and Procedures is for your information reference only.  The information provided is subject to change without notice.  Oxygen Revive does not hold responsibility for the company policies listed above.